Spoil yourselves with luxury designer brands or your favourite high-street labels. Over the years, Kensington has become a popular shopping destinations, for both locals and tourists. Kensington High Street is bustling with a number of department stores and retail outlets, meaning that you’ll never have to travel very far for a spot of well-deserved retail therapy.
For further information about more shopping opportunities in the district, please see our list below:
Harrods: Standing proudly on Brompton Road, Harrods is the world’s most famous department store, often labelled as a famous London landmark rather than just a “shop”.
Westfield Shopping Centre: Situated in the north of the borough, Westfield is one of London’s biggest and most popular shopping centres. Home to a number of retail stores, high-end eateries and coffee shops. Don’t forget to pick up a VIP card from reception upon arrival.
Selfridges: Iconic to London, this department hosts the finest of the fashion, technology and food and drink scene. Situated on world-renowned Oxford Street, Selfridges is a must-visit for tourists in Kensington.
Portobello Market: The world’s largest antique market, recognised and loved by shoppers from across the globe. Located in the up-market area of Notting Hill, Portobello Market is home to over 1000 market stalls, selling antiques and collectables.
Harvey Nichols: Luxury department store in the heart of Knightsbridge filled with designer brands as well as a high-end food market, restaurants and bar located on the 5th floor.